Much Ado About Nothing
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By Ben Hewis
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Much Ado About Nothing (Cambridge)
Fresh from an international tour, following the one of the UK this spring and early summer, the pared-down staging by Shakespeare's Globe on Tour of one of the most popular comedies has alighted in the Master's Garden of Corpus Christi College before going north to Windermere and Penrith.
Much Ado About Nothing (Lion and Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin
An imaginative adaptation of Much Ado that's packed with action and fizzing with powerful emotions
Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester)
By David Cunningham
Dave Cunningham enjoys this update of Shakespeare's romantic comedy at the Royal Exchange.